AJ Allmendinger: I'll never race open cockpit again
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — AJ Allmendinger made a decision when close friend and IndyCar driver Justin Wilson died last year.
He won't race open cockpit cars again.
Wilson died one day after suffering a head injury when he was struck by debris during a race at Pocono Raceway last August.
During Tuesday's NASCAR media day at Daytona International Speedway, Allmendinger, 34, was asked if he would consider racing the Indianapolis 500 again.
“No. The moment Justin Wilson passed away I said ‘Never again,’ " Allmendinger said. "The only way I would do it is if they put in a closed cockpit... read more
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